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District 72 Update

February 21, 2020 Newsletter for February 13, 2020 Week five is done and many bills are working their way through the committee process. more »»

Iowa’s golden opportunity for pro-growth tax reform

February 20, 2020 As a result of the federal Tax Cuts and Jobs Act and elimination of numerous job killing regulations, the national economy is growing and states have benefited tremendously from this growth. more »»

Critical deadline approaching

February 17, 2020 The clock is ticking… March 16 is THE LAST day to make what is likely one of the most important business decisions you will make for your farming operation this year. more »»

Cornfields, Common Sense and Community

February 16, 2020 In The Legislature Week four was another short week for us because of the Iowa caucuses on Monday. While the week was shorter, it also included the first floor debate of the year. more »»

District 72 Update

February 14, 2020 District 72 Newsletter The fourth week of session was very busy with committee meetings and subcommittee meetings taking up much of the time. The “Funnel “ date of Feb. more »»

New Waters of the United States rule is welcome news for Iowa farmers

February 6, 2020 In May 2015, former President Barack Obama ignored the legitimate concerns of Iowa’s farmers, manufacturers and small businesses and announced an egregious rule expanding the definition of “Waters o... more »»

Cornfields, Common Sense and Community

February 5, 2020 In The Legislature The second week of the legislative session was a short one due to Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Monday. However, that day off did not mean the week was any less bus. more »»

Property tax concerns on South Tama School bonds

February 2, 2020 I want for people to have their new school. I really do. I wish you the very best. I just don’t want to pay for it. At least not in a disproportionate manner, or against my will. more »»

Time has come for ag labor reform

January 31, 2020 The economy is humming and most people who want a job have one. This is great news. If you are an employer with positions to fill, though, things aren’t so great. more »»

South Tama Middle School plan explained

January 31, 2020 B ySouth Tama Consolidated School District Board of Education Penny Tyynismaa, President Mandy Lekin Vice President Ron Houghton Director District 1 Alan Kline Director District 4 Clint Werner... more »»

District 72 Update

January 29, 2020 Newsletter for January 16, 2020 The 2020 session of the Iowa General Assembly has begun in earnest. more »»

Cornfields, Common Sense and Community

January 20, 2020 In The Legislature This was the first week of the 2020 legislative session. more »»

Iowans Deserve a Better Tax System Now

January 18, 2020 Last year, Iowa’s robust tax reform took a giant step toward reducing burdensome taxes on families and businesses. more »»

Fisher Previews 2020 Iowa Legislative Session

January 15, 2020 District 72 Newsletter The 2020 session began on Monday, January 13. This is the second year of the 88th General Assembly in Iowa. The Iowa House will be electing new leadership this coming session. more »»

Edler lists priorities for the 2020 Iowa Legislative session

January 10, 2020 The 2020 session if quickly approaching. This year in the legislature I will continue to focus on a pro-Iowa, pro-growth agenda. more »»

Iowa Valley's accreditation process and next steps

January 9, 2020 Continued accreditation is required for colleges to keep their doors open and offer classes to students. more »»

Chaos in the kichen!

January 5, 2020 My wife is a great cook, but her health has limited her, so I thought I’d help make breakfast. Immediately, there’s a case for concern. more »»

The expanding news desert:The loss of newspapers and readers

January 3, 2020 Vanishing Newspapers: The United States has lost almost 1,800 papers since 2004, including more than 60 dailies and 1,700 weeklies. more »»

10 Doctor-recommended health tips for the new year

January 1, 2020 (StatePoint) Four in 10 adults in the U.S. have two or more chronic diseases, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. more »»

Happy New Year!

January 1, 2020 New Year 2020 begins... more »»



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